It is made of marble, designed by Hossein Lorzadeh, inspired by Pasargadae, and covered by lines from the poet’s main work (Shahnameh) in 1964.
The museum is located in Tehran, in a house that belonged to Qavam, a courtier of Qajar Era, in two stories and five halls.
The tower was made in 1970 as a representation of Modern Iran by Hossein Amanat in three floors with museum. The name changed from Shahyad to Azadi after Revolution.
The archeological museum was designed in 1958 by Andre Godard and follows the French regulatory of archeological map. It has three floors and three main halls.
One of the highlights of the Carpet Museum lies in its exterior design that resembles a carpet loom, presenting a mixed architecture of classic style belonging to the 1970s and carpet inspired features.
The Falak ol-Aflak Castle located on a hill overlooking Khorramabad City, Lorestan Province dates back to the Sassanid Empire (224-651 CE).
The museum is located in the basement of National Bank in Tehran possessing the Peacock Throne, The Daryaye Noor (Sea of Light) Diamond, different Kings’ Crowns and the Gold Globe.
The museum is a display of Iranian art from pre-Islamic time to the Qajar Era, with different objects and mediums with 5 halls, 1 pre-Islamic and 4 Islamic one made in Pahlavi time.
The first modern museum of Iran made by Andre Godard in 1937 in three sections of pre-historic, historic and Islamic with more than 300,000 objects. It is located in Tehran, Si-e Tir Street.